Former Eagles’ QB Mike Kafka Goes Unclaimed


Despite previous reports that several teams had interest in QB Mike Kafka, he went unclaimed as he passed through waivers. Kafka is now an unrestricted free agent and will probably end up with a team sooner rather than later.


According to Tim McManus of Philly Mag, several teams are reportedly interesting in claiming recently released QB Mike Kafka. McManus specifically mentions that Kansas City, New England, Green Bay and Cleveland all have interest.


Geoff Mosher of CSNPhilly reports that the Eagles have released QB Mike Kafka after the team was unable to trade him.


Albert Breer of NFL Network reports that the Philadelphia Eagles are shopping veteran backup QB Mike Kafka, after Trent Edwards passed him on the depth chart.

Kafka has been dealing with a fractured left hand and hasn’t caught up to the other quarterbacks on the team’s roster. It’s hard to image that the Eagles would be able to get anything in a trade for him, especially when you consider how things worked out with Kevin Kolb in Arizona. Since teams know that the Eagles will have to cut Kafka by the end of the day, it probably makes more sense to wait and what options are available at that point.


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